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've all been waiting for. >>> and a new report from the pentagon reveals some, well, totally new details about iran's spies. i've always kept my eye on her... but with so much health care noise, i didn't always watch out for myself. with unitedhealthcare, i get personalized information and rewards for addressing my health risks. but she's still going to give me a heart attack. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. >>> our second story "outfront," slamming the president. "washington post" reporter and columnist david ignatius, who has covered six american presidents, suggests president obama is a disappointment. here's ignatius. "rather than come to the table with a grand vision of his own, a real strategy for cutting the deficit and the entitlement programs that drive it, obama played a poker game of incremental bargaining with house speaker john boehner. unfortunately, obama has been playing a waiting game on fiscal issues ever since he became president." "outfront" tonight, former white house deputy press secretary, bill burton. bill, there were some pretty harsh words here, toug
that leads then to the elimination of osama bin laden, but that is not the case. >> the cia and pentagon cooperate with filmmakers, and investigators want to look at those interactions to see if the filmmakers had any inappropriate access to sensitive information. >> idaho republican senator michael crapo apologize today after pleading guilty to drunk driving in alexandria, va. >> i regret the decision i made because the serious consequences can come from drinking and driving. i am truly grateful nobody was injured. >> prosecutors dropped the charge for failing to of a traffic signal. he was pulled over december 23 for running a red light with a blood alcohol level above the legal limit. today he was given a $250 fine his license suspended one year, and the most complete and alcohol safety program. >> funeral services in woodbridge for prince william county police officer who died in the line of duty. officer chris yung was killed monday when his motorcycle collided with a minivan in bristow while he was responding to an accident when he was killed. he was a seven-year veteran of the fo
would hit. that would affect the pentagon and the pentagon size, the consequences were much more unfavorable for the g.o.p. than for democrats, which is why republicans had very little leverage to win this moring a, i think it remarkable they got out of it in as good shape as they did. lou: i would never disturb a positive outlook. i have to say, i think somehow, when we end up withs there are your trillion added to national debt, and we have round two coming at us with the president and speaker saying in a will never negotiate over a debt ceiling again, you have to wonder who the future holds. >> the problem is, the republicans control the house of representative the. the democrats control the senate. democrats control the white house. and democrats are on opposed to all of the things that republicans want to do. lower taxes, and by and large, reduce spending and reform entitlements, reform the tax code in a way that revenue neutral, they don't want to do those, they and they have two-thirds of of the three-legged stool in their control that limits what republicans can hope to d
hagel has not, so far, been nominated for the top pentagon job, but attacks like this tv ad began shortly after news accounts named hagel the frontrunner. they focus mostly on whether he's sufficiently pro-israel. >> there is an incredible level of concern about the kind of secretary of defense he would be, based on his foreign policy views and his foreign policy record, and the things he's said over the past dozen years of his political career. >> suarez: noah pollak is executive director of the emergency committee for israel, which produced the tv ad. under federal law, the committee does not have to disclose the sources of its funding, but it's one of several pro-israel groups opposing hagel. >> you take an issue like iran, which is probably the most important national security threat and problem we will have to deal with in the coming few years. and chuck hagel has come out and said that he's against... he thinks military strikes are not a viable military option. he's even come out against sanctions. and you have to wonder what kind of advice would he give to the president. >>
pentagon job, but attacks like this tv ad began shortly after news accounts named hagel the frontrunner. they focus mostly on whether he's sufficiently pro-israel. >> there is an incredible level of concern about the kind of secretary of defense he would be, based on his foreign policy views and his foreign policy record, and the things he's said over the past dozen years of his political career. >> suarez: noah pollak is executive director of the emergency committee for israel, which produced the tv ad. under federal law, the committee does not have to disclose the sources of its funding, but it's one of several pro-israel groups opposing hagel. >> you take an issue like iran, which is probably the most important national security threat and problem we will have to deal with in the coming few years. and chuck hagel has come out and said that he's against... he thinks military strikes are not a viable military option. he's even come out against sanctions. and you have to wonder what kind of advice would he give to the president. >> suarez: hagel has also taken fire from gay rights advoc
be pentagonal and you can build on top of it, an upper altar with that type of architect and you can have a walkway over the top, but the porn part -- important part is sto have the external structures stabilize to the seismic retrofit. if you look at it that way, you retain the elegance of the high [inaudible] and you also keep the work that's already in progress. i'd like to see it more incorporated into it and if they want to do a palace, that's what the marina green is for. >> thank you. >> paul? >> good morning, my name is paul manning, i'm a vice chairman of the harbor tenant's association and i was also part of the advisory commitment with the early stages of getting the renovation completed or planned and moving forward, i'm happy to see it has come forward in quite a good way, i'm getting close to the point where it's almost done, we're about to declare it complete, however, there are a number of security issues that are not addressed in the internal plan allowing people to basically freely walk about the docks, tripping, getting in with a pocket knife, you can get in within the
submitted to the pentagon. the low end option would leave about 6500 troops in the country for counter terrorism operations while the larger option would leave 15,000 troops to help train afghan security forces. the plans are awaiting official approval are from leon panetta. >>> an ad campaign is on the streets of san francisco. they are on the sides of muni buss and focus on the word jihad. the muslim community says the word has negative connotations but muslim leaders say it means an up hill struggle to get to a better place. that surprised many people that we talked with. >> it's probably going to create more confusion but at least it will get the conversation going and the conversation is always good. >> i think anything that's going to help raise people's awareness, maybe help diminish some negative stereotypes people have is probably a good thing. >> other people we talked with say they hadn't noticed the ads yet. the campaign made the u.s. debut in chicago just before christmas. >>> san francisco international airport is planning runway closures this month to allow workers to in
to lead the pentagon. there was a question of whether any republican would actually put a hold on the nomination. >> some said they will vote against it. >> yes, but putting a hold on it would be a very rare thing and the white house would not be about to nominate him if they didn't think he could actually make it through the senate. whatty we are learning is the white house hold senior members of congress to expect the nomination. >> you have serious questions. chuck hegel did endorse the president in 2008 and 2012. >> that are created consternation for john mccain who had been very, very close to chuck hegel in the senate as fellow republican. i think that they have a distance to go. not only with republicans by the way, but with democrats who really are feeling the heat from the pro israel hob lobby who would not support chuck hegel. not only is joe biden comfortable, but the president himself knows chuck hegel well and serves on the intelligence advisory board and it's clear they established a relationship. >> word that the headline out of what we were just talking about is
people from the pentagon and from . >> both shows were done and conceived without cooperation and without any proported . >> endorsement. >> yeah. connection to how they actual run. it was never part of the proposition. i have done attempted some show that have not seen the light of day with actual cooperation of government agencies and this is another other thing. i work forked a long time on the fbi and also with nasa, neither of which probably not unconsequentidently probably not consequentidently never came to fruition. but these shows -- "homeland," i mean, "24" made up its own organization ctu to avoid it. and with oklahomaland it was a -- "homeland" it was a step toward realty. it arudes to the -- alludes to the cia, but did. >> but the -- it's the our relationship with the military was interesting because initially obvious these agencies and want to keep arms lentd and sort of once we -- once they became fans, i think it was that simple. they just enjoyed it and felt this is portraying what we didn't portray a general or soldiers in the case of "24", for instance, the military bec
there are things in the pentagon you probably could deal with. i'm somebody who is a reaganite, i believe defense spending equates to capability. i don't want to shirk on weapon's capability or shirk on compensation for people putting their life on the line, but i have embraced what senator coburn wants to do, audit the pentagon. u.s. a very big bureaucracy. ask people who served on active duty in iraq, afghanistan, or on the home front. it's a big bureaucracy and a lot of times our military is successful in spite of the bureaucracy, but not because of it. i wouldn't say you can't look at defense, but if you think we'll balance the budget just by cutting defense, one, i don't think you can get there, but, two, we will be inviting danger from abroad, rather than protecting the people if we do that. >> you think we'll have a big fight over entitlements, social security, medicare? that will be coming up with the debt ceiling? part of the debt ceiling negotiations? >> i think we need to restructure some of the entitlements, get in the way that they are sustainable over the long term. whether it's via
months later, al awlaki is brought into the pentagon for a meeting as part of a muslim outreach program. not only do the documents show that he was buying tickets for the hijackers, it shows he was the central focus of the fbi's investigation of 9/11. >> in a statement a short time ago, the fbi cautioned against drawing conclusions about the documents saying there is no direct connection between al awlaki and 9/11. judicial watch is now asking the fbi to release a document in its entirety without redactions. for the sake of full transparency. >> thank you. >> you are welcome. al jazeera has taken a huge step to expand presence in the u.s. the challenge will be winning over an american audience. details on that next. plus, as the fighting rages on in syria, neighboring israel is taking steps to protect itself from extremist groups operating just across the border. >> this is the only thing protecting israel, a rusted barb wire fence. and now the new syrian border, 25 feet tall, steel reinforced and with raiser wire on top. >> the full report from israel's border with syria ahead on "the
in pakistan, a u.s. drone strike reportedly killed a top afghanistan commander. a pentagon spokesperson said he had a lot of blood in his hand. >>> in india, a sixth suspect is only 17 and may be charged in juvenile court. the crime has galvanized india to call for new laws to protect women. >>> and in vatican city it's cash only now for tourists. credit cards are no longer accepted. at least central bank has blocked electronic payments because it has not complied with money laundering rules. >>> subaru is sending letters to the owners of 600,000 vehicles alerting them to possible problems with door lights that could spark a fire. the recall affects 2010 and 2011 outbacks and legacies. tribeca suvs from 2006 through 2012. and forester from 2009 to 2011. the problem includes flood light that shines flood light on the ground helping passengers that get out. there's no way to tell exactly which vehicles are involved so every owner is being sent one of those recall notices. >>> a new study of drowsy driving is not going to be reassuring to anyone who heads out on the road. one in 24 adult driver
strike reportedly killed a top afghanistan commander. a pentagon spokesperson said he had a lot of blood in his hand. >>> in india, a sixth suspect is only 17 and may be charged in juvenile court. the crime has galvanized india to call for new laws to protect women. >>> and in vatican city it's cash only now for tourists. credit cards are no longer accepted. at least central bank has blocked electronic payments because it has not complied with money laundering rules. >>> subaru is sending letters to the owners of 600,000 vehicles alerting them to possible problems with door lights that could spark a fire. the recall affects 2010 and 2011 outbacks and legacies. tribeca suvs from 2006 through 2012. and forester from 2009 to 2011. the problem includes flood light that shines flood light on the ground helping passengers that get out. there's no way to tell exactly which vehicles are involved so every owner is being sent one of those recall notices. >>> a new study of drowsy driving is not going to be reassuring to anyone who heads out on the road. one in 24 adult drivers acknowledge they fel
withdrawal. that's according to a new plan submitted to the pentagon. the low end option would leave 6500 troops in the country for counter terrorism operations and the largest option would leave 15,000 troops to help train afghan security forces. the plan is awaiting official approval. >>> a new series of ads featuring the word jihad is getting a lot of attention. the ads are sponsored by the counsel on american islamic relations, the organization says the word is misunderstood by most americans. people we talked with had very negative impressions of what it means. >> a group of islamic people that are the bad guys. >> and what i've seen in publicity it means it's killing people. >> now, the sponsors of the at say jihad actually means a struggle to be better. the webster dictionary says it's a crew said for a principal or belief as well as a holy war to send or spread religious beliefs. >>> criminal charges were filed over the death of a 4-month-old baby at a san rafael child care center. staff members found the baby unconscious back in october. investigators later determined the child s
judge has denied that request. the pentagon has authorized only a closed-circuit broadcast to several military bases in the northeast u-s. >> jacqueline: iwe can see the increase in cloud coverage for this weekend and the even the possibility of rainfall but very slight. >> catherine: we are going to get back to weather and first officials in east palo alto are asking for help to avoid a flooded creek is a corroded levy. new at six. support donors have come forward. tonight officials in east palo alto are asking for the states help to fix a corroded levy along the san francisquito creek that's the same creek that flooded a near by neighborhood back on december 23rd. and as kron 4's scott rates reports the mayor of that town is not taking any chances. >> we are conten trying to appeal to the national level and state level to try to get funding for this problem. >> reporter: right now the creek is fine in the levels are good but if there is a another big storm these could give way. the engineers say that these need to be repaired but they do not have the money. that is why it is declare
fighters who attacked u.s. forces in afghanistan. a pentagon official describes him as someone who has a great deal of blood on his hands. >>> from deep inside caves in the taliban territory of afghanistan, a remarkable discovery. israel's national library has unveiled a collection of ancient hebrew manuscripts it just bought. it points to a thriving jewish community in the region about 1,000 years ago. the papers survived because the caves are so dry and so dark. >>> police in florida are asking for help in finding three criminals. they were caught on cameras this past monday as they held up a radioshack in pompano baemp. they fled out the back door and into a waiting getaway car. >> brazen. >>> and on a much lighter note, but also from florida, some anger over what some neighbors are calling an eye sore. >> this homeowner has graffitied his own house. it was his reaction after people in the neighborhood complained about the removal of some trees. now police say the graffiti might not look good, but it isn't a crime. >> the home owner plans on painting over the graffiti at some point,
on my show, colonel ellen herring, one of two women suing the pentagon for discrimination saying all the jobs should be open to everyone, men, women, the standards shouldn't be lowered, it should be one single standard. how can you help make that happen? >> well first of all, april makes ten years for me serving in the army national guard. we have women who have been serving in combat roles for a long time whether it has been under a combat title or not. if we look back to the civil war, we had women who were disguising themselves as men, so they could serve. we have in hawaii two brigades who have females who are serving in infantry units, and i think there is so much room for progress and we just need to make the connection from reality of the roles that women are already playing in our military and perception, where people don't have as close an understanding of the great contributions and sacrifices that women have been making for our country for a very long time. >> okay. >> that's what i'm excited about. i'm able to bring my own firsthand experience, my own deployments to the f
and pentagon. now, investigators are looking at records of those interactions to determine whether the filmmakers had any inappropriate access to sensitive information. >> i never asked for classified material. to my knowledge, i never received any. >> reporter: in a december statement to cia personnel, acting director michael morell, called the film a dramatization. saying it creates the strong impression that the enhanced interrogation techniques were the key to finding bin laden. that impression was false. but he said some of the information leading to the capture came from those interrogation techniques. the filmmakers stress that this is not a documentary. it's a movie. it's based on actual events. but some of them are dramatized. >> okay, martha, thank you very much. >>> now, we're going to turn to an alarming report about americans asleep at the wheel. the new research shows it's happening a lot more than you might think. to 1 in 24 adults. and the true numbers are likely higher because some people don't realize they're nodding off. abc's ron claiborne is here with the detai
plan submitted to the pentagon. now, the low-end option would leave about 6500 troops from afghanistan for counterterrorism operations. while the bigger option would leave 15,000 troops to help train afghan security forces. the plans are now waiting for official approval from the defense secretary. >>> it is 7:48. a new series of ads featuring the word "jihad" is getting a lot of attention. the ads are sponsored by the council on american islamic organizations. the organization says the word is misunderstood by most americans. people we talked with certainly had negative impressions of the word. >> a group of islamic people who are the bad guys. >> it means a -- it's killing people. >> the sponsors of the ad say gee maude actually means a struggle -- jihad actually means a struggle to be better. another definition says it's a holy war to defend or spread religious beliefs. >>> former arizona congresswoman gabrielle giffords will reportedly visit newtown, connecticut today. she's expected to meet with the families -- victims of last night's deadly shooting at sandy hook elementary. the
some of these images are disturbing. nbc's jim miklaszewski is at the pentagon. good morningp. >> good morning, erica. this shocked video looks like something right out of quentin tarantino. it's aimed at scaring any sailor who is thinking about using the drug known as bath salts. since hitting the internet two weeks ago, it's gone viral. >> thanks, man. >> reporter: the navy video opens as if you are the young sailor about to embark on a terrifying, mind-bending trip. snorting the synthetic drug bath salts. your physical reaction is almost immediate. 3 c3 viaje despuÉs de haber consumido your growing paranoia explodes into violence. back home even your roommate has turned demon. >> what's wrong with you? sent to a hospital gurney, the sailor continues to fight that continues until only heavily sedated. psychiatry resident says violence is only one troublesome reaction to bath salts. >> when people are using bath salts, they're not their normal selves. they're angry, erratic, violent and unpredictable. >> reporter: navy officials say the troubling video was produced after an alarming
. we do want to warn you some of these images are disturbing. jim milkuloklaszewski is at the pentagon. >> reporter: it's clearly aimed at scarying any sailor who is thinking about using the drug known as bath salts. since hitting the internet two weeks ago, it's got gone viral. the navy video opens as if you are the young sailor about to embark on a terrifying, mind-bending trip, snorting the synthetic drug bath salts. your physical reaction is almost immediate. >> hey, what are you doing? >> reporter: you don't notice anything wrong but others do. >> are you okay? >> yeah, i'm fine. >> reporter: but not for long. the threatening hallucinations begin. your growing paranoia explodes into violence. back home even your roommate has te turned demon. >> what's wrong with you? sent to a hospital gurney, the sailor continues to fight that continues until only heavily sedated. psychiatry resident says violence is only one troublesome reaction to bath salts. >> when people are using bath salts, they're not their normal selves. they're angry, erratic, violent and unpredictable. >> reporter: nav
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